I could tell she was getting really confused and she kept trying to turn around. I don't really blame her for that because she doesn't like whips too much (I can touch her everywhere with one when she's free/tied up, she just doesn't like them) and when the whip is in front of her and my stupid other hand is making her face wiggle, I think I'd decide that I should turn around too.
I ended up just doing lots of walk trot transitions and I worked on only using singular swift pulling (no yank yank yank yank yank etc) of the line when she wouldn't stop. She caught on enough that a few times she actually walked when I said walk!!! She wasn't doing that consistently or transitioning to a walk immediatly, but she did start walking a few steps after I said "walk" a few times. =D
We practiced that for about thirty minutes and by the end she was also trotting when I said trot without me having to flick the end of the line at her.
I also had her halt a few times becuase that is something she's pro at. She tries so hard to figure out what I want. It's the cutest thng.
Hopefully when I go see her tomorrow she'll be even easier get walking.